Mohammad Ponir Hossain people with their homes partially submerged in floods in Bogra, Bangladesh, on August 20, 2017. Women take shelter and cook in a makeshift shelter outside their homes in a flooded area of the town of Boga in Bangladesh's capital on August 21, 2016. Mohammad Ponirsin women carry a child as they make their way through flooded areas to their home on the banks of a river near the village of Khatunganj, Bajrangpur district, southeast of Dhaka, Bangladesh, July 31, 2015. Women carry children as they walk to their homes from the flooded area in Baidya, a city in Southeast Asia, during the floods in July and July 30, 2014.
Most people who work in the countryside are day laborers, their work is seasonal and they earn low wages. Many women come from different islands of the Char River, as they have no reason to work due to climate change. According to a report by the United Nations Development Programme, women work for $10 an hour, earning less than half of what they used to earn.
Given the harsh circumstances, it is no surprise that the region's illiteracy rate is high: 47% of the population cannot read or write. Millions of people are affected by flooding as rivers burst their banks and floods cause serious damage to homes and livelihoods. The region also has a high poverty rate, with 23 to 32% of the population living below the extreme poverty line, which is defined regionally as $1,000 per month for a family of four or $3,500 per year for an individual. Moreover, poverty is also a major factor in Bangladesh's high mortality rate. According to a report by the United Nations Development Programme, the region has the highest poverty rate due to lack of access to education and health care.
The most common form of precipitation in the year is rain alone, which is categorized according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the world's largest weather agency.
The coldest day of the year is January 12, with an average low of 53F and a high of 72F. The wet season lasts 5-6 months, with every day being a wet day. In terms of average temperatures, the coolest days are January 30 and the humidest days this year are January 14, with humid temperatures.
The dew point on January 14 was 56 degrees Celsius (15 degrees Celsius), with an average low of 53 degrees Celsius (53 degrees Fahrenheit) and a maximum of 72 degrees Celsius (72 degrees Fahrenheit). On January 15, the lowest was 14 degrees Celsius (13 degrees Celsius) and on February 2 15 degrees Celsius (15 degrees Fahrenheit). The dew points were 16 degrees Celsius on the coldest day, January 12, and 13 degrees Celsius on February 3.
The dew point on January 14 was 56 degrees Celsius, with an average low of 53 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 72 degrees Celsius.
The dew point on January 14 was 56 degrees Celsius, with an average low of 53 degrees Fahrenheit and a maximum of 72 degrees Celsius.
The average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h during the hour. Except for the hours in which the mean wind direction was in one of the four cardinal points.
The shortest day was on December 21 and the longest on January 1 with an average wind speed of 1.5 km / h. H. H., London. The longest days were on 1 and 2 February, the shortest on 4 and 5 March and on 2 April.
The wind was from the north-west with an average wind speed of 1.5 km / h and the sky was bright blue with a diameter of 2.8 km and a height of 4.2 m. The gust was the wind and was at a distance of 10 km and at an altitude of 3 m.
The rainy season is hot, oppressive and mostly cloudy in Bogra and the dry season was warm, mostly clear with an average wind speed of 1.5 km / h and a height of 3 m.
The horizontal axis is the day of the year, the vertical axis is the hour of the day and the color is the average temperature for this hour and this day. The accumulated rainfall over a moving period of 31 days, concentrated on one day per year, is shown in red and shows the average annual rainfall for Bogra over the last 31 years, as shown in the table above from 1 January to 30 June 2015.
The suction sound is not sucked in (e.g. "choke") and the suction sound changes into the air sound when inhaled into the lungs and then into an airy sound.
Most of them belong to the Bhandari Glass Works, the largest glass factory in Bangladesh and one of the oldest in the world. The capital is Bhopal, a city of about 2.5 million inhabitants, and the most important is the city centre, where there is a large number of shops and restaurants. There are some notable bees in Bogra, such as the Bhattacharjee Bazaar, Bhabha Bazar and Bhatkal Bhavan.